Mount Tacoma has always been a place of superstitious regard among the Siwash (Sauvage) of the Northwest.
"Myths And Legends Of Our Own Land, Complete" by Charles M. Skinner
This regal gem the Christians have dubbed Mount Rainier, but more melodious is its Indian name, 'Tacoma.
"Oregon, Washington and Alaska; Sights and Scenes for the Tourist." by E. L. Lomax
Accompanying this chapter is an illustration of Mount Tacoma.
"My Native Land" by James Cox
Whenever I see this gush of hot water in the very midst of the ice and the snow, I am reminded of my surprise on the top of Mount Tacoma.
"Ten Thousand Miles with a Dog Sled" by Hudson Stuck
Flowing down from the southwest slope of Mount Tacoma is a cold, clear river, fed by the melting snows of the mountain.
"Children's Literature" by Charles Madison Curry
From the verandas of the Tacoma House one may view Mount Tacoma until wearied with gazing.
"Cruisings in the Cascades" by George O. Shields
Fair Luna arose to us immediately over the sharp rounded pinnacle of lofty Mount Tacoma.
"A Summer's Outing" by Carter H. Harrison
The Mount Rainier Burger at Tacoma's Swiss Tavern should be on your gluttony to-do list.
Mount Si football makes history with Kennedy win, earns Tacoma trip to face Bellevue Photo gallery.
Tacoma ( northwest of Mount Rainier National Park.
In this undated photo provided by Mount Rainier National Park, Yong Chun Kim, 66, of Tacoma, is shown.
Tacoma man found alive on Mount Rainier, grateful family issues statement.